About the Gallery

Larry “Poncho” Brown is an American artist. Brown began as a sign painter professionally, and has worked in both painting and sculpture. He has also worked as a curator. His work has been shown in exhibitions, television series, and multi-disciplinary art pieces.

The Motor House Gallery is located on the first floor of the building in the lobby. The gallery space is thoughtfully curated by Dr. Leslie King Hammond. Shows rotate every other month. For more information about exhibiting in the galley or purchasing artwork, please send an email to:

Current Exhibition: “TORN”

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On Display: The art exhibition is up Nov. 8th 2018 – Dec. 31, 2018

Opening Reception: Thursday, Nov. 29 2018 from 6p-8p 

Larry Poncho Brown has been a successful graphic designer, illustrator and art activist for more that three decades in the City of Baltimore. He is an alumnus of the Maryland Institute College of Art who has become a mentor to numerous young emerging artists throughout the United States. In TORN, Poncho explores and experiments with new compositional narratives in the genre of collage, a modernist medium formalized into the art canon by Pablo Picasso and Romare Bearden.

Next Exhibition: TBD

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